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Are you a dynamic person and the type who’s often looking out for the newspaper first thing in the morning to keep track of the stock market? Are you willing to gain in a month what a long-term investor usually earns within a year? Or you simply need a few pointers to help you boost your confidence in the choices you make when investing and learn to diversify your investment strategies?
If you really are an aspiring person longing for change in your financial sector, then here's the book that will help you discover the hidden secrets of investing in the stock market.
This is an intermate guidebook, part of a complete series of books, which was put together with the idea of creating a crash course that could enable an intermediary or standard trader to maintain a strategic distance from basic missteps, avoiding common mistakes and getting the foot on the market without falling. It's obvious that the best investors apply different methods to the individuals found struggling. The focus of the book is to spread the correct information and to give a genuine outline of what works and what does not work when investing in the stock market.
It is incredible how much wealth can be accumulated investing in the stock market. However, it is even more fascinating to see that the average investors lose money in a year cycle. Why? Because the stock market is profitable only if you know the right strategies. It may be quite demanding too, when it comes to deciding a strategy or tactic as various skills are necessary such as time management or even particular personality qualities.
During the course of this book, you will further learn and discover in more details and approaches:
- What the stock market is and why it is a gold mine for those who know what to do;
- the difference between investing and saving and when to implement them
- management of money, various financial instruments and risks involved
- The difference between Fundamental Analysis and Technical Analysis and whether they can co-exist
- Common mistakes made by beginners and how to avoid them